From the impressive wood cladding that enhances the roofline to the decorative door cornice that adds elegance to the entrance, The Warwick has an authentic aura that underlines the sense of quality and craftsmanship that is evident throughout.
Yet practicality will also be at the heart of your charming new 3 bedroom house. Large, open plan interiors make spending time together a pleasure, while the separate lounge and 3 generously sized bedrooms are also perfect for those moments of relaxation.
The décor is the utmost in contemporary design, allowing you to enjoy the lifestyle that you have always dreamed. With all of the useful amenities you could want or need, The Warwick is truly a home for the modern family.
About Parc Plymouth At Plasdŵr
About the Development
Just three miles from the centre of Cardiff, or fifteen minutes by train, Parc Plymouth in the village of Radyr is perfectly placed for commuting, world class sports, superb shopping and a wide choice of leisure options. Yet with so much going on right on your doorstep in this vibrant community, you may never need the bright lights of the big city.
This Redrow development near Cardiff is proving very popular, especially when it has such convenient schools and transport options, so register your interest today to make sure you’re kept up to date about future availability.
Plasdŵr will be Cardiff’s garden city, delivering the homes and community the capital needs, helping fuel its economic growth and creating a fantastic place to live, work and play, for further information please click here: Plasdŵr
There are a number of convenience stores within easy reach of the development, with a large Asda store just a short drive away in Coryton for your weekly shop.
For doctors, register with Radyr Medical Centre (Sat Nav CF15 8DZ, call or Danescourt Surgery (Sat Nav CF5 2SH, call . The Danescourt surgery is also home to The Courtyard Dental Care (call .
For friendly local dining, head for the highly recommended Cicchetti in Radyr or the pub grub of the Kings Arms or the Gwaelod Y Garth Inn. The Orchard Coffee Shop and The Watering Can at Pugh’s Garden Village are also worth a visit for elevenses, a tasty lunch or afternoon tea.
Nearby Llandaff, home of Llandaff Cathedral, has a tempting selection of restaurants representing all your favourite cuisines, from the Chinese of Summer Palace to the Mediterranean flavours of Porro, from the Asian inspired Bay leaf to the traditional British menu of the Pickled Raddish.
Naturally, Cardiff has a huge choice for all tastes and budgets, and make sure you don’t miss the famous Street Food Circus when it comes to town, offering an exotic choice of Al fresco snacks.
Having great education options means more than just a local primary school, and at Parc Plymouth you’ll find something for learners of all ages. Younger children can choose between Radyr Primary and Danescourt Primary, both within easy reach of the development, while older pupils will find Radyr Comprehensive even more convenient, just a short walk away. All three schools are rated ‘good’ by Estyn. The area also boasts a selection of Welsh language schools and independent schools, giving you even more choice for your children’s education.
Of course, learning doesn’t have to stop when you leave school, and Radyr Neighbourhood Learning Centre, based at Radyr Comprehensive, also offers a wide range of adult education courses.
Radyr is a thriving local community catering for a wide range of interests and activities, from football, rugby, cricket and tennis clubs, to drama, musical and other societies. Radyr Golf Club welcomes both playing and social members. For a delightful afternoon walk, Long Wood Nature Reserve and Hailey Park both run along the banks of the River Taff and form part of the long distance Taff trail.
If that’s not enough, nearby Cardiff has even more to offer in one of the fastest growing and most vibrant cities in the UK. Enjoy international rugby action and big name concerts at the Principality Stadium, test and county cricket at Sophia Gardens and Premiership football at Cardiff City. Then come the evening, Cardiff has even more to offer, from theatres to multi-screen cinemas, friendly bars to lively nightclubs.
You’ll find a fascinating selection of traditional and artisan shops in the Radyr village centre and nearby Morganstown, with Pugh’s Garden Village home to a number of famous name concessions.
For a serious shopping trip, nearby Cardiff is hard to beat, with a choice of six historic arcades, the brand new 1.4million sq ft St David’s Shopping Centre and the pedestrianised Queen’s Street. For a more relaxed shop, take a stroll around the delightful independent stores and boutiques around Cardiff Bay. If you prefer your shopping without the hassle of city centre parking, head for the Leckwith or Culverhouse Cross retail parks.
Just three miles from Cardiff, Radyr is an easy commute for city workers and shoppers alike. Radyr Station has trains to Cardiff Central in around 15minutes, with as many as eight services per hour at peak times. There are also regular bus services to and from the city, which pass the development.
If you’re heading further afield, junction 32 of the M4 is just minutes away, leading to Newport in 10miles and Swansea in 37miles. Heading inland, Caerphilly is just 7miles and Merthyr Tydfil, gateway to the Brecon Beacons, is just 20miles. For flights, Cardiff Airport is less than half an hour’s drive away.
Monday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Tuesday - Closed, Wednesday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Thursday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Friday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Saturday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Sunday - 10:00am - 5:30pm